3 Reasons People Die When Loved Ones Briefly Leave the Room
Helping to understand the reason your loved one died while you were out of the room or en route to be with them.
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Many people have shared with me their frustration for missing their loved one’s passing. Perhaps this happened to you. You left the hospital room to visit the cafeteria, and your loved one died while you were gone. In other cases, people have flown a thousand miles to see their dying loved one and were driving to the hospital from the airport when their loved one passed. These scenarios can elicit a lot of frustrated and confused emotions.
It can be very difficult for surviving family members and friends to understand why their loved ones died alone. They wanted to be there for them as they transitioned, yet they missed their passing by minutes. This can also lead people to feel regret or guilt that they lost the opportunity to be with their loved one as they passed, which is why I’ve written this article. As we know, a little added understanding can provide a great deal of comfort.
Below are the three reasons people die when their loved ones briefly leave the room (or shortly before they arrive), which I believe will offer some peace to those who may have felt hurt or slighted by this all-too-common occurrence.